At CES 2012, Lenovo was the first to announce a Medfield-powered smartphone: the K800. And while it was the first to be unveiled, it couldn't beat the Lava Xolo X900 to market. Lenovo's not too worried about that, however, as the K800 has arrived in China right on schedule, having originally aimed for a Q2 launch and later refining the timeframe to the end of May. The fruits of Intel's labor can be had for the grand 'ol retail price of RMB 3,299 ($524), which gets you a 1.6GHz CPU, 1GB of RAM, Android 2.3, a 4.5-inch 720p display, an 8MP rear camera and 16GB of internal storage. We haven't heard any news of the phone reaching across the Pacific, but we're sure that won't stop the most insistent of you from grabbing a unit through alternative methods, right?
Lenovo LePhone K800 launches, officially brings Medfield to China
In this article: android, android 2.3, android gingerbread, Android2.3, AndroidGingerbread, china, china unicom, ChinaUnicom, gingerbread, google, intel, intel medfield, IntelMedfield, k800, lenovo, lenovo k800, lenovo lephone k800, lenovo medfield, LenovoK800, LenovoLephoneK800, LenovoMedfield, medfield, mobilepostcross